I have 2 hard disks on my machine, one which is 1.2 GB the other is 8.2 GB. I already have a partition of 600 MB for Windows 98 on the main disk and a 4 GB partition for Windows 98 on the second disk.
For Red Hat Linux 6.1 I have the following partitions:
5 MB boot partition on the main disk
100 MB swap partition on the main disk
505 MB home partition on the main disk
2202 GB usr partition on the second disk
2000 GB root partition on the second disk
Any comments? Does this seem logical for a one user environment? How would I go about re-partitioning if I messed it up?
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